THERE is no change at the top of the table after the two leading sides in the Plymouth City Super League both won with the loss of just a single point.
Undefeated Porters B achieved their success away at Ker St Social Club and had John Mann hitting a checkout of 103 in a 3-1 singles success while The Staddy won their encounter, also on the road, at St Levan Inn.
Warren Gordon was on target with a brace of 180s and Jim Pitkin, in winning 3-1, clinched his best leg in 13 darts.
There were also two maximums for Steve Brocklesby in Plympton Cons A’s 8-3 success away at The Albemarle and they had Jeff Chambers (100x11) as their leading marksman.
INSPIRING: Fred Goldsmith emerged a 3-1 winner in 15, 18 and 18, and posted the week's top checkout of 116, inspiring Octagon Social Club to a win over Kings Arms B.
A 3-0 victory from Shaun Dring in the final singles of the match enabled Maritime A to prevail by the narrowest of margins at Clifton A while Kings Arms A won in double figures when restricting Victoria to a single point.
A 3-2 victory in 16, 17 and 17 from Steve Hiscox was the highlight of Plympton Cons B’s 9-2 defeat of Clifton B while Hyde Park Social Club overcame Porters A 8-3.
Geoff Norman was on target with an outshot of 115 but ended up on the wrong end of a 9-2 scoreline when Compton Social Club were defeated by Dartsworld, for whom Simon Stevenson (28.90) emerged a 3-0 winner in 16, 17 and 19.
The Fawn led 3-1, but still needed Dan Bunney to win the final singles of the match in straight legs, to edge out Ships Tavern 6-5.
Mark Bell was on target with two maximums for his Elburton side and team-mate Dave Johns (100x14) top scored.
Kings B started well on their visit to Octagon Social Club and led 3-2 after the first two disciplines before losing all six singles to their rampant hosts.
Fred Goldsmith led by example and emerged a 3-1 winner in 15, 18 and 18 as well as posting the week’s top checkout of 116.